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Kent State College of Nursing Presents the 7th Annual “Driving the Future 2013” Event, March 4
Kent State University’s College of Nursing presents “Driving the Future 2013,” an event focused on inspiration and innovation and their roles in the education, science and health care of the future. The event will take place on Monday, March 4, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., and will feature a series of TED TALK-style presentations. The event will take place at the Kent Student Center with morning sessions at the Kiva. Registration is required by Wednesday, Feb. 27.
The keynote speaker for this event is scientist, inventor and educator, Ron Mallett, Ph.D. Mallett will discuss his well-respected and convincing argument for time travel according to Einstein’s Theory of Relativity.
Additional speakers include Melody Tankersley, Ph.D., Kent State University Provost Fellow, Vincent Hetherington, D.P.M., senior associate dean of the Kent State College of Podiatric Medicine, John West, Ph.D., University Trustees Research Professor with the Kent State Liquid Crystal Institute, and Maria Jukic, J.D., executive director of the Cleveland Clinic Arts and Medicine Institute.
The afternoon portion of the program is scheduled with breakout sessions for research poster and paper presenters focused on innovation.
The morning session is available to the general public, and the afternoon session is reserved for Kent State faculty, staff and professionals only.
For more information about attending and to register for the morning session or the entire day of Driving the Future, visit www.kent.edu/nursing/events/driving-the-future/index.cfm.
|Where||Kent State University 500 E Main St, Kent, OH 44242|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||8:00 am–3:00 pm|
More About Kent State University
The eight-campus Kent State University system is anchored in Kent, where the main campus draws about 26,000 students anually to the city for classes and other activities.
In the fall of 2010, KSU surpassed the University of Cincinnati in total enrollment across all eight campuses with 41,365 students to become the second largest public university in Ohio.
The Kent campus spans 800 acres and includes a golf course, football, basketball and baseball athletic complexes; a large student and community recreation center; and space for more than 6,000 students to live on campus.
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